View the latest Arizona State Plan on Aging.
We are pleased to announce a new Maricopa County Legal Remedies and Victim Resource Guide for Elder Abuse for community stakeholders to allow them to effectively intervene in cases involving crimes against older adults in Arizona, age 50 and older.
Report abuse, exploitation and neglect of vulnerable adults and learn how the investigation process works.
Home and Community Based Services
Some adults ages 60 and older (or 18 to 60 with a disability) can get help performing everyday activities.
Older adults can start living a healthier life through access to nutritious meals and help with management of chronic disease.
The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) and Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) programs provide free health benefits counseling services to Medicare beneficiaries, including help with suspected healthcare fraud.
Arizona's Legal Assistance Program offers information, advice, assistance and advocacy to persons 60 years of age and older.
Caring for a grandchild, an older relative, or someone with Alzheimer’s disease (or a related neurological disorder)? DES offers an array of services that best meet your needs.
Senior Community Service Employment Program
Are you 55 years or older and low income? Find out how you can get help finding employment.
Long-Term Care Ombudsman (LTCO)
This program identifies, investigates and resolves complaints made by or on behalf of residents of nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and adult foster care homes.
Learn about the Division of Aging & Adult Services policies that adhere to state, federal, and contractual requirements.